In The Pink: 29 Grace Court Finally Finds A Buyer

The 25-foot wide, four-family brownstone at 29 Grace Court, which has been on the market for nearly two years, has at last found a buyer. Originally listed for $6.2 million in September 2010, followed by a price drop to $5.95 million in January 2011, Brownstoner reports that its sale has been recorded for $5.25 million—not exactly a sacrifice. The home entered into contract June 8, closed July 18, with the deed recorded July 30.

The Brooklyn Heights residence, listed by Brown Harris Stevens, boasts a massive parlor floor with beaucoup original details and a stained glass skylight. It comprises a 2.5-floor owner’s duplex, ground floor studio and two additional floor-through apartments above. (Lots of [very pink] interior photos below.)

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  • j

    Very pink, indeed. It really distracts from the beauty of the space when compared to the floor with the green trim.

  • Gerry

    I feel the owner recieved a great price. My house is similar but much better that pink house is overdone and will cost the new owner $100K just to undecorate clean it up get it down to white wallks oak floors.i